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## Homework Statement

Good evening,

I have a homework where the question is "How high will person jump on Mars?"

## Homework Equations

v

^{2}= 2.a

_{mars}.h

_{1}

V

^{2}= 2.g.h

_{2}

## The Attempt at a Solution

I know everything to solve it. I can solve it by h

_{1}/ h

_{2}. In this created equation the only unknown is h

_{1}so it's all cool. But why can I assume that v

_{1}and V

_{1}are the same? Why jump velocity on Mars is the same as on Earth? Aren't there any changes? For example lower strength of muscles due to different weight(force)? I know that maybe my question is completely stupid and I'm very sorry about it. I'm happy that I've atleast tried to find it out but I think that I can't figure out why the velocities are the same without your help.